How to Pass Real Estate Broker Exam?

Since 2009 when the Real Estate Service Act (RESA) was enacted, many aspiring brokers have tried and passed the Real Estate Brokers Examination. This Law aims on the professionalism of the practitioners and could help the industry and the economy bring better property developments and national income thru taxation.

The RESA, as the Real Estate Practitioners bible, aims to standardized real estate service thus creating curriculum that will become pre-requisite for the next licensure examinations to come. This is the reason why more aspiring brokers are trying their best to go after the opportunity to pass, especially for graduates of any four years, they are avoiding the Real Estate Management Degree.


As an observant and licensed practitioners myself, I’m aware of the next brokers exam and new development it may influence in the industry. When I had my review and seminars in preparation for the exam last 2012, most of aspirants are quite young. Most of which are current sellers from developers, bank employees, sellers under brokers, and some were influenced by peers and are fresh graduates from universities who would like to take the opportunity for professional growth in real estate.

Read also: Career and Opportunities in Real Estate

Whatever is your reason and plan for trying to take the next 2013 Real Estate Brokers Examination, I'm sure you wish for the best things to happen. Whatever you are doing prior to review and preparation schedule the amount of effort could help for you to pass the examination.

Personally, here the steps I could share for the aspirants.

Personal Assessment
Some of my friends are interested to try the brokers exam would always ask for how and what are my preparations before taking the exam. Exam score is not that relevant. Since we are in sales and sales or results is the most important of all to earn income. 

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As my response, I always ask them first with these: How is your memory capability when studying or reading? How was your performance before during examinations back then in school? Then, Will you be able to squeeze in the review to your current schedule?

I can’t give any rate of success for this strategy but help understand how things really work starts from personal assessment, preparation and time management, techniques on reviews and understanding and things to do during examination.

Read also: In Sales, Honesty is the Best Strategy

Many brokers today are professionals also in other fields like engineering, accounting and or education. Why? Because they see the opportunity on the industry and the least effort they need to put in preparation for the exam because of examinations experience, or might be a given IQ.

I'm not stating that brokers exam is easy to pass, but it could help understand aspirants to focus more on their strength or improve their weaknesses when it comes to examination process.

Preparation and Time Management
As aspirants, you could be a son or daughter of a broker, a BPO employee, a bank employee, a fresh graduate or current seller in the industry, then you need to better manage your time because it's not all about your time putting on the reviews and seminar, it's not all about the review expense but it's a life changing opportunity.
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A friend of mine, who is working in the BPO industry, had a successful exam results even though she had very limited time working at night and having to go straight to review center after shift for 2 months.

While in my case, I needed to file leave of absence for a month, to be relieved of my duties and manning schedule at the developer and sacrifice some of my possible closings.

Here are the Preparations and Time management, I could give:

1. Review Certificate and Attendance is the first step.
2. Maximize your time understanding the subject matter each day of review.
3. Have an insight from others, previous examiners or brokers.
4. Have all the materials you need from the review.
5. Have more material resources, better if you can have other materials from other review centers and collectively make your own complete materials: like collection of questions in every subject.
6. Pre-examination could help more understands your level of understanding and preparedness.

Study Techniques

1. Make your own study lay out material, like bullet type summary of the every subject matter.
2. Make sure you had at least understood each subject matter and never under estimate the areas of Ecology subject. Research more on this subject as it’s seldom explained in reviews.
3. Understands how each of the subjects works together, to understand and help embrace the challenge of real estate.
4. Make your own review technique, having review material copy on your iphone, a pocket material, complete summary, complete abbreviations and others.
5. Make a final review, and bring a piece of summary during exam for review purpose during breaks. The examination is divided into three and there is a lot of time for you to go back at your summary copy for the next subject.
9. Of course, have a good rest a night before exam to help you relax and be focused on the exam day.


Read also: Selling the Intangibles


Do's During Examination
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1. Going to examination school early.
2. Listen to proctor attentively regarding the use and steps of exam and answer papers.
3. Take your time and focus on every detail, as much time is allotted for every subject.
4. Understand every questions and it might have correlation to each other that might give you a clue, be aware of some repetitive questions, read all the words, be aware of words like- if, none, all, is and others because a single word could change the whole meaning.
5. Be careful and pay attention on answering the sheet paper, and always choose for the best and success is a sure rate.

Good luck!



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Jerome Morada

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Good day! I'm Jerome, your friendly Real Estate Broker with PRC License 0012399 and HLURB registration. Just sharing simple tips, please share if you find it useful! Thanks!

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  1. What are the subject matters of the real eatate broker's exam?

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    1. I recommend to read and understand all the subjects, during seminar for about 120 units at Review Center, you were be given all the details and manuals.

      Review Center gives Pointers to Review based on previous exams that is very helpful.

      But the best tip I could give is collect a questionnaires hand out from different Review Centers. Reading questionnaires repeatedly would be very helpful.

      Bring your summary notes during exam as there are plenty of time in between subject periods.

      Thanks.

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    2. hi jerome i want to become a certified licensed broker or agent. but i do not know where is the review center near muntinlupa. i would be very grateful if you can help me and also i am looking for a HOUSE AND LOT TOO. THANKS

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    3. Hi! You may search for PLAREB - Paranaque Las Pinas Alabang Realtors Board
      at.. 3A-Acacia Westmont Village, Condo 8227, Dr. A. Santos Ave., Sucat, ParaƱaque City
      826-3843 / 825-0942

      Thanks for viewing!

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  2. What is the first step that I should do to be able to start working on the review of the real estate broker.

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  3. it seems that the exam for 2013 is over. may i know the next examination date? thanks.

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  4. First you must have the certificate from review center, 120 credit units for no real estate experience while 60 units for those currently working in the industry, provided you can have a certification from your real estate organization.

    Review Organizations: PLAREB, Manila Board, Cesar Santos Academy, Urban Institute.
    Review Fees is around 15k to 20k for 120 units.

    Exam schedule is every March of each year.

    Good luck! Thanks

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  5. Hello Jerome may i know what type of question has? Is it multiple choice?

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    1. Yes, all are in multiple choice. Questions regarding ethics are situational and need to choose the best answer or the opposite. There some repetitive questions and computations where choices have random rotation of numbers. There are Abbreviations like HLURB and other important government agencies.

      Have a list of Republic Act #s and it's Title. Present Officers in Gov't Agencies related to industry.
      Familiarise with Housing Classification and it's specified sizes like for socialized housing required Min. Lot Area or Floor Area, the width of Main Roads and others.

      Review Centers are giving sample questionnaires and ideas where to focus on which are helpful. Just enjoy learning real estate and how every subject matters correlates, all those are important.

      After listening, understanding and learning from review centers, don't forget to collect as many questionnaires as possible from different review centers. If you know someone from other review, then it's best to exchange notes and questionnaires.

      The ethics of Golden Rule . "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"

      Thanks, Jerome

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  6. Hi Mr morada , I m a from Australia and i would like to sit for the exam to qualify for a brokerage license in the Philippines , may i know the name of the examinations and the place which i can sit for the examinations
    may i know what are the requirements , and can a foreigner qualify for the exams thankyou

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    1. Good day! Here is a link to answer regarding foreigner may practice Real Estate Professions.

      http://www.realttorney.com/2009/08/18/can-a-foreigner-become-licensed-real-estate-service-practitioners-in-the-philippines/

      Thanks for viewing.

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  7. Hello Mr. Morada. Is 120-unit CPE review/seminar a requirement before one can take the real estate licensure exam? I'm confused because according to the RESA law, attendance in CPE is for the renewal of license. "SEC. 14. Qualification of Applicants for Examinations. -In order to be admitted to the licensure examination for real estate service, a candidate shall, at the time of filing his/her application, establish to the satisfaction of the Board that he/she possesses the following qualifications:
    (a) A citizen of the Philippines;
    (b) A holder of a relevant bachelor's degree from a state university or college, or other educational institution duly recognized by the CHED: Provided, That as soon as a course leading to a Bachelor's degree in Real Estate Service is implemented by the CHED, the Board shall make this course a requirement for taking the "licensure examination; and
    (c) Of good moral character, and must not have been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude: Provided, That an applicant for the licensure examination for real estate consultants must show proof that he/she has at least ten (10) years experience as a licensed real estate broker or an assessor, or as a bank or institutional appraiser or an employed person performing real property valuation, or at least five (5) years experience as a licensed real estate appraiser."

    Thank you!

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    1. The 120 Credit Units still applicable this time, provided you have the Qualififation above: the 4 Yr Degree Course, Citizen of the Philippines and Of Good Moral Character.

      It has been 4 Years since the law was enacted and many of Schools did not offered the Real Estate Management as soon the law has passed. There are many flaws actually in the Implementation of RESA Law, even until now many Salespersons at Developers selling properties without license.

      You may visit PRC website to confirm if it's already implementing the REM course for Broker exam, if not yet required you may have your Seminars in the ff: PLAREB, Manila Board, Urban Intitute, Cesar Santos Academy and others - ask for Real Estate Broker Exam seminar with 120 Units.

      At PRC website you can find also the due date for filing for Broker Exam. Good luck. Thanks for viewing!

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    2. Hello Mr. Morada,I am interested to become a Real Estate Broker but I only finished 2 yrs course in college...is it possible for me? how about license salesperson?

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    3. For Real Estate Broker Exam, the required is 4 Years Degree pero pwede po kayong maging Salesperson / Agent. Dalawa pong klase ang Real Estate Agent, an In-House Agent of Property Developers at Agent under Real Estate Broker.

      Ang gagawin nyo lang po ay humanap ng Licensed Broker or aapply sa Property Developers office.

      Salamat.

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  8. Hi Jerome,

    I am an OFW and thinking to take a broker's exam next year. I am confused, do we need to enrol in a review center before we can take the exam? Is it compulsory?

    Thank you and best regards.

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  9. Good day po! Kailangan po ang Certification of Review from Accredited Real Estate Organization. Usually the last Review for incoming 2014 Broker Exam, the last Review will be around 2nd week of January.

    Review Centers: PLAREB, Manila Board, Urban Institute, Cesar Santos Academy and others. You may also search in Google if there is an accredited centers conducting online review - ang importante makakuha ng certification at ma-ifile sa PRC before deadline.

    Thanks for viewing.

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  10. Hello Jerome. I live in Cavite. Do you know what nearest review center in my place. I just called the PLAREB but they told me they were postponed because they didn't met their target quota as I heard.. not so sure..

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  11. Hello! Do you have review centers here in Davao City? I am very much interested to take the exam this march... Is there still another exam date for this year?

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  12. Hi Nickee! I'm sure merung mga Realtor Organization na umiikot ngayon for Brokers Review and Seminar, merun din po sigurong mga local Realtor Organization dyan sa Davao, sila actually ang allowed for magbigay ng Review and Seminar, try nyo pong i-research bak pwde pa kayong makahabol. March every year of ang exam.

    Salamat.

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  13. Hi, Im taking the REBLEX in the province... the only questionnaires I have are the ones that were given by our reviewer... Can you suggest any website/s that offers free online questions for those who are taking the exam?! thanks

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    1. Magandang idea po yan, sa ngayon wala akong maisuggest na site for sample review questionnaires, siguro subukan sa mga susunod na araw na mag post ng sample questionnaires based sa na exam namin.

      Salamat

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  14. Hi Sir Jerome,
    I know this is too risky, but can i still join the review class for march 2014 brokers exam with the review center that you're offering? i was just thinking if i could just catch up from the lessons nalang sana, since im in the industry already. Thank you sir.

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  15. Good Sir Raymart! The Brokers Review above and posted here in my site is a Featured Post only, pls contact them for your queries. Di ako sure kung pwede pa kayong makahabol.

    Take note, kailangan ng Review Certification - 120 Credit Units, as a requirement of PRC along other requirements.

    Salamat.

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  16. hi sir, gusto kasi ng mom ko na magtake ako ng exam. I have no idea kung ano trabaho ng Broker pero ang mom ko real estate agent. Ano bang pwede mong irecommend na babasahin para magkaron ako ng full knowledge about this bago man lang ako magseminar? Sayang kasi extra income din for me. Thanks.

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  17. Ano po ang passing rate ng review center nio, Mr. Monada? just curious. :)

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  18. Jun, the above Review Seminar posted in this site is a Featured Ads only, please contact their details or click on the links.

    Thanks for viewing!

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  19. Sir
    hmmm bale tapos po ako ng engineering (5years course)
    eto po ung mga tanong ko
    1. saang school po ako makakakuha ng 120 units CPE at magkano po kaya un at ilang taon ung bubunuin para matapos po ? (estimate nyo lang po)

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    1. Sa mga Realty Boards lang po ma-eearn ang 120 Units, kung nasa M. Manila ka inquire ka sa: Manila Boards, PLAREB, Urban Institute at ibpa. 1 month lang po yan parang nag review ka lang ng Engeering, mag take ng exam na po kayo as soon as possible, baka sa mga susunod na taon ay i-require na ang Real Estate Management Course.

      Thanks for viewing.

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  20. cont..........
    Sa PRC din po ba kukuha ng board exam?
    ung binabalak ko po kasi ung sa real estate broker po na board exam.
    mukhang kailangan pa po ng 120 units?

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    1. Opo sa PRC ang Board Exam ng Brokers at 120 Units ang kailangan. Try nyo po next year 2015 Board Exam, usually January ang mga Reviews at 1 month yon. Kaya abangan nyo po, try nyo na rin mag search ng Realty Boards na nagpprovide ng review. Salamat

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  21. Sir good pm. may alam po ba kaung nag conduct ng seminar for real estate appraiser para sa 2014 July board exam, weekends pero a.m or p.m session lang? Maraming slmaat po. God bless you

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    1. Try nyo po kay Cesar Santos Academy or Urban Institute, paki-search na lang sa Google ang contact or website nila. Salamat

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  22. Hello sir! I want to take po the Real estate board exam sa next batch. Ano po ba ang best reference to review for the board aside sa review materials from the review centers? May mga books na po bang available specifically for RESA law? thanks

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    1. Sir Randolf, actually wala pa akong nakitang Books na Reviewer for Broker Exam - commercially for sale. Kailangan po natin ang Certification ng Review kaya recommended to attend review from authorized board realtors. Maki hiram na lang po kayo sa previous examinees.

      Maganda rin ang mga Manuals ng Review Center dahil may effect din sa kanila ang Rate of Board Passers.

      Isang napaka-importanteng bagay po sa Real Estate Exam, "Accept and Embrace its Challenge" kapag naiintindihan nyo ang industry, kapag nag eenjoy, inspired kayo sa real estate selling. Madali lang pong makapasa!

      Yong RESA Law, merun na pong commercially for sale sa national bookstore, pero sa manual from review kumpleto na po yon, kahit po sa internet maraming downloadable copy of RESA.

      Habang matagal pa for next exam, mag Salesperson po muna kayo para mas mahasa. Salamat.

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    2. Ok sir. Actually, plano ko po as a part-time job ang magbenta lupa. I will attend trainings/seminars for agents. Is that advisable?? And sir, in regards with reviewing for the exam, would you still offer review classes/seminars for the next batch? Is there any reservation to be made and when? thanks

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  23. Debbie CabacunganMar 27, 2014, 7:13:00 PM

    Hello Sir! I passed the Real Estate Broker Exam last March 16, 2014. Now I'm Planning to take Real Estate Appraiser, Can you recommend accredited providers for CRESAT? Thanks.

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    1. Congrats po! Hindi ko pa na-try ang Appraiser Exam, pero ang alam kong merun at maayos ang Review ay CES Academy ni Cesar Santos.

      >> http://www.cesacademy.blogspot.com/

      Salamat.

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  24. @Randolf De Guzman - wala po akong Review Center, yong post ko dito before ay Featured Post Only. Try nyo po sa Urban Institute and Ces Academy for Review and Seminars or any Realtor Boards.

    Salamat.

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  25. Hi good day po Sir Jerome!

    I am a graduate of AB Broadcast Journalism and I want to take the Real Estate Licensure Exam next year. Sa ngayon ba hindi pa din inaaply ng PRC na dapat graduate ng Real Estate Management course bago makakuha ng exam?

    Maraming salamat!

    Nelly

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  26. Sa ngayon wala pa po yatang graduate ng Real Estate Management course, nasa 2nd year or 3rd year pa lang po yata sila kaya hindi pa nila ire-require ang REM for brokers exam. Salamat.

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  27. Pwd bo pa mgtake ulit kpag nafail sa una?
    tsaka kelangan bang mgformal review kung sakali?
    Thanks po.

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    1. Pwede pong mag re-take, diba sina-submit natin ang Original na Review Certificate sa PRC as qualification for exam kaya siguro kailangan din na mag re-Review kayo para sa bagong Certificate for next exam. Para sigurado, try nyo pong magtanong sa review center sa admission. Salamat

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  28. hi mr. jerome,

    im jonah from pasig city...bachelor degree holder...san review school the best mag enrol? what are the requirements for prc submission ?

    thank u..

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    1. REAL ESTATE BROKER EXAM REQUIREMENT AT PRC

      - Transcript of Records (TOR) with scanned picture and noted for Board Exam purpose, pero yong sa amin pinagbigyan kahit walang note.
      - NBI Clearance
      - NSO Birth Certificate
      - NSO Marriage Certificate for married women
      - Cedula
      - Valid IDs or Passport
      - 4 pcs Passport size pictures with name tag
      - Notarized Certificated of 120 Credit Units Review or 60 Units for those currently working as Agents or with OJT at developers.

      During review nagbibigay po sila ng updated list of requirements and guides, also Application Form.
      Based on previous exam maganda ang ranking ng Urban Institute Review Center, nasa Makati banda po yata sila. Try nyo rin kay Cesar Santos Academy sa Quezon City banda ang review center nya.

      Abangan nyo po ng last quarter ng taon to January ang Review for Broker Exam every March Exam.

      Salamat

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  29. Good day po Sir Jerome,

    I heard na sa future years, kailangan na BS REM degree holder ka to take the exams...tanong ko lang po, kailan po ba ito maiimplement?

    College grad na po kasi ako, and I'm thinking na sa 2015 or 2016 pa ako magtatake... aabot pa po ba ako? Ayoko na kasi magcollege uli..hehe... ok na sakin ang seminars and review centers...

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    1. Good day! Mas maigi na makapag Exam kayo next year March 2015, usually and Brokers Seminar ay tuwing January at merun ding mas early.

      Di po natin masabi kung kailan iimplement ang REM Degree for Brokers Exam, pero sa tingin ko hindi pa next year, safe to say - as long as wala pang graduate ng REM hindi pa nila i-require for the exam.

      Salamat.

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    2. wow... Thank you po for the fast reply... I'll try to take the exams next year...

      ...keeping this site bookmarked :)

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  30. I am humbly requesting you to please send me electronics copy of any of your reviewer you found very useful and instrumental in passing the exam. I would be very grateful if you can email it to my email address at jedelrace@yahoo.com. Thank you very much. Mr. Joly P. Esparagoza of Oroquieta City, Misamis Occidental, Philippies.

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  31. Hello, nag ta try ako mag search ng magandang review center, and yes, lagi po lumalabas yung URBAN & Cesar Santos. Problem is fully booked na ang weekends po sa Urban, and Cesar Santos Academy is a long way from my place, (I will be coming from Quezon Province). And since it might be the last Broker Exam for any 4yr-college degree holder, I am really at a loss kung ano kaya best review center. I have a full time job po kasi sa public school kaya medyo hirap din hanap schedule right for me. Ano po kaya best review center for me that you can recommend? Salamat po, this blog is really very useful for aspiring brokers like me :)

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  32. Try nyo po sa PLAREB at Sucat Muntinlupa or Manila Board in Manila, please search at Google for their contacts. Thanks for viewing, Jerome

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  34. Thanks Jerome! I really need this because I plan to be a broker in Vistaland International.

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  35. Good day sir Jerome. You posts are so helpful to us. I also want to be a licensed real estate broker. Implemented na po ba ang REM Course for broker exam in the next sched of exam in 2016?

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    1. Good day! Parang hindi pa po yata, last month may nakita akong post sa Facebook na ang sabi hindi pa daw i-implement ang REM course. I'll post an update if confirmed. Salamat, Jerome

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  36. This is very nice architecture work. if anyone wants to buy beautiful house you can buy easily from foreclosure auctions there are many cheap real estate

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  37. I would like to take the brokers examination next year. Review centers are offering review for one month? Which means 5 days a week and from 8 am to 5 pm?

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    1. Good day! Opo, ganun po ang mga schedules ng review centers at kailangan din na ma-kumpleto ang attendance kasi 1hour is equivalent for 1 credit unit, kailangan makumpleto ang 120 Credit Units or 60 Credit Units if currently employed by developers/realty in sales. Thanks!

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  38. Good news! For aspiring Brokers who had failed the May 2015 exam, you can re-take the exam in 2016, this post - http://www.philippineproperties101.com/2015/08/good-news-another-exam-for-real-estate.html

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    1. good day sir! 1 year na lang po at makaka graduate na ako as BSREM, but I think hindi pa sapat mga kaalamn ko to take the board exam thank you for some advises and It helps me a lot.

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    2. Good day! i failed last may 2015 for brokers, i want to give another chance next year 2016. required pa ba ang 120 hour seminar for repeaters or di na? kc nakuha na kami last time

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    3. Good day! i failed last may 2015 for brokers, i want to give another chance next year 2016. required pa ba ang 120 hour seminar for repeaters or di na? kc nakuha na kami last time

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  39. Sir ,

    Ask ko lang po is it required ba pag mag take ng exam nkapagtapos ng college of any courses? Hindi b pwede mag take mga high school grauate lang na marami ng experience sa pagiging agent?


    how many months po ba ang review? ang review and seminar is different po b i attend?

    Una ba mag pass ng mga requirements or file sa Prc before review or after ng review?

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  40. Hi Sir Jerome,
    Yung mga hindi lang po ba nakapasa sa May 2015 broker exam can re take in first quarter of 2016?or lahat po ng may gusto?whether re-take or not?Thanks po

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  41. hi sir jerome, ang required lang ba talaga to take brokerage exam are degree holder i mean bachelor, what if your course is a 3 year course lng po, others told me that better to ask prc. thanks for your response.

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  42. sir jerome:

    i failed the REB exam last march 2015. can i still have the chance to retake that exam this 2016? what's you comment on this,please.

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    1. Hi @Juvanie! Based on the speech of Sir Eduardo G. Ong, Chairman of the Professional Regulatory Board for Real Estate Service (PRB-RES) last August 7, 2015 in SM MOA SMX as posted in ForeclosurePhilippines.com by Ma'am Cherry Castillo - it's confirmed that we'll have another Brokers Exam in 1st Qtr of 2016 and will be open to all - not only re-takers. Make sure to have your CRES Cert. and requirements ready. Good luck to all! Thanks

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    2. Good evening! Kung Hei Fat choi...

      Sir, Iam an OFW ...iam very much interested to take the Real Estate Broker licensure exam . Iam planning to go home for good ...maybe you can help me or advise me if it okay...Is REM Degree for brokers implemented ths year?

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    3. Good evening! Kung Hei Fat choi...

      Sir, Iam an OFW ...iam very much interested to take the Real Estate Broker licensure exam . Iam planning to go home for good ...maybe you can help me or advise me if it okay...Is REM Degree for brokers implemented ths year?

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    4. Good evening! Kung Hei Fat choi...

      Sir, Iam an OFW ...iam very much interested to take the Real Estate Broker licensure exam . Iam planning to go home for good ...maybe you can help me or advise me if it okay...Is REM Degree for brokers implemented ths year?

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  43. Hi Jerome!

    I am a former bank manager. I want to make a career shift in real estate selling. Where do you think is the nearest review center herein tagaytay city? Do I still need to take the 120units of REM course before I can take the broker licensure exam? Thanks.

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  44. Hi Jerome!

    I am a former bank manager. I want to make a career shift in real estate selling. Where do you think is the nearest review center herein tagaytay city? Do I still need to take the 120units of REM course before I can take the broker licensure exam? Thanks.

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